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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 19, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, 19. 1013 THE LRTHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THE THRILLING RAILROAD DRAMA "THE BRIDGE OF SORROWS Other Good Attractions COMING NEXT MONDAY Miss Dallas Romans "THAT TEXAS GIRL" Special EMPRESS Special "THE FLIGHT OF MATH" A stirring and Sensational Auto AccMMt, in (Two Paris. Don't Miss This. t COMBDIB8: Three Laughing Hollickmt COURT- SHIP; THE MINIATURE; THE their trick comedy STATION AGENT'S DAUGHTER" Which Wo Recommend. THE CELEBRATED BRITISH WEEKLY 8BV8N BH3 ONES-Can you beat Ihls (or 10c and 15c, LITTLE MOTH UK'S CLASS Pago 3 LETHBRIDGE Thursday, May Show Monarch Theatre TONIGHT Arvnd Prvgram "LOVE SUBLIME" A Mllttm real photo play; tbe seniAttonal hUtory of a THE A WMtera ind ulia. A vixma TENCR X SYORY. ISCenU 3PEOIAL COMMENCING MISS DALLAS ROMANS "THAT TEXAS GIRL" A DISTINCT NOVELTY Monarch Theatre T'UMDA'Y, MAY 2oth, 9.p.m.! GRAND HEAD DRAWING 4 FEATURE PHOTON-AYS Holdtra at two'luclry- numbers will b IS.-The in- vestigation info the charges made against Ihe city police and the pound- ktcper, was held bj the police com- missioners in the city hall. A large number of witnesses were examined ami the Indian Mr. R. L. T. Galbraiih, of Fort Sleele, represent- ed ihe two Indians who alleged to have bc-cn til-treated1. The finding ol the coiamissionets exonerated tbe oflicials. Vicc-Piesuient Bury ol the C.I' H., paid a short last Sunday, leav- ing TOE Lethornlge on the local on Monday morning. While here, Mr. Hury reported to have deposed oi the tumor tbat the "back-shops" arc to he from Cranbrook -to Calgary, and to have staUil that the company will in the years be more hkrlj to increase the num- ber 01" employers. The older came transferring about 25 men from Ciannrook to Calgary, has been can- celled. Me S. iilower, nho has been, for the past Iwo years boiler maker fore- man al Cranbcoofc, has remoud to Calgaiy on promotion to travelling boiler jospector, with headquarters al the latter point. The arrangements for the race meeting on Saturday, 3lay 2ith are mailing good progress, ani the plans for the Overseas Club for the demon- stration h) the school fhHiltea ate well in har.d, The utnieis and ranchers havt made tba most oE Hie favorable wea- ther, and in the majority of cases aie ready lo v.elcotne the present rain. Mr. A. H. has betn appoint- ed secretary pi the Cranbrook Agti- rulturnl association and has taken over his new duties anil Mr, Krctl Russell is again manager oi the Fall Fair, bnth appointments augur well for the success ol this most im- port ant annual function. Kxcavatmn has been eemmcr.ced in the basement ol the Hanson block fo: the n-stauratit and pool toon tor Mr. X. Hansom Alta. Complaint of the United Farmers of Alborta, and J. J. Mogrldge, Hamia, Alta., relative to alleged damaged pas- tures, etc., on account of Ihc lack of Draper fire guards on the line of the C. N. R In the vicinity of Strath- more, Alia, and Hanna, Alta Application of the Q. T. P. Com- under Scclion 237, for authority to construct tbo branch acrots certain slretls In sec- tions 12, 13, and H, township 24, range 1, wesl fifth meridian. In tha ctly o( Calgary, Alta, mile 105.1 lo 200.5. Apnllcallon of the C, 1'. It, under secllon 29, from an order rescinding varying of the Hoard N'03. IS and 771, HO as to provide that the rails and hoard tinder said orders shall be reasonable and non-discrim- inatory BH between localities and shippers Berlin, Aiaf Uilliam as an acl of grace in connection with the visit ol King George' of Kng- lattd fb Merlin for the marriage of Princess Victoria Isdaj granted a pardon lo three Knglish spies unflcrgoiss jenlcctcs ia (Irr- man J.lili. Medicine May Cai penler completed Ihe recount of th- ballols catt In Ihe election between Hon. C. n. -Mitchell and -Mayor Spen- cer, !n Ibis consliluency, and found Ibat Mayor Spencer had twenty more volsa tban hla opponenL As Returning OfCcer Uundon had declared Mitchell elected by eight, (ho recount means a gain of 2X for Spenc- er. Most" of the sains were made In ballots that had been dlsallowsd as Improperly marked by Deputy-Helurn- Officers, and were allowed as good by Hie Judge.. The judgo found no evidence of bal'ol switching or pencil marking, and Ibd difference was be- tween his opinion ol good and those of deputies. Mr. Milcncll'wBs In Ihe cily and It Is understood he expresses Mm self as satisfied that the majority of Iho lolcs were casl against him, and he will take no further steps in llie mailer. He has been offered other scats, and It is belltvcd he will promptly accept one of these, In or- dor thai he may give full attention lo the dulles of his depnrlcient. BAD -FIRE AT BIO FARM Hrantford, Ont., May at How Park farm Ibis morning destroy- ed IsO.OOO tvorth of property, inctul- ItB thirty-two bones, jilgs and sheep. Awful Havoc Among Men is Caused by Explosion of Fire Damp (W. A. P. Report) Valley. Ohio. May ed and blackened, Ihe bodies of fif- teen miners, ?rho lost iheir ear- ly last Vihen an eiplosion of (Ire damp partially wreckec" the Im- perial mine, brought to tlie sur- face today by the rescaers. working under the direction of Deput> Slate Mine Inspector Several attempts made by cue parties to'caler the mine last night, but the gas had not vanished sufficiently to allow ihe rescuers to reach the bodies until mcTQiug As each body was troughi (o tho surface ifaws Identified, and. taken to ihe en ginc foora of ChViHSnt, flhere it was prepared for burial. .The dead: Henry KalrhurtU aged ?3, rescuer, body recoverpd. -Robert Alton, 33, night bass laborer identified Clarence Brown' Sii, body'recovered Henry 45, body recovered. IIear> Dudley, 32, assistant s-jperin tendent, body recovered. Clyde HaEXtns, body recovered. Nine Slax miners, Nearly all of the thousand inhabi- tants of Belle Valley gathered at iht mine entrance scon after the cxplo" sion, and EtooJ for ho-jrs watching the 'work of the KCUCTS The grltf of relatives v.as rUiaole, as the bodies of tbeir loi'td ones were bro'-vghl up. The bodies were found a mile and a half from the ircoMh cf the mine. They were lying on their facos and were bidly finrned. An Investigation into (he cause of the explosion will be made tomorrow. The Imperial mine is by the Ogara Mining Co, composed princi- pally of CJete.'and stockholders. Henry Falr'Kitst. a member of first rescue party to enter the mine last night, ivas oiercoree by gas, and flifa soon after being token to thj surface Xorvillo McCane, a com- panion, .iJso w.is o-.ercom'j bat nas revived, and will lire. Falriiurst .ind his Tjarty found the body of Roy Vaeger soon after enter- ing anO placed it In a cart. Fair- hurst went ahead to clear a passage- for (he cart, anrt overcome by the gas. The other members of the fell on tbcir faces, and a few minutes until trie gas bscame lighter. Then they pfac- ed Fafrhurst's body in the cart and took them to the surface. Yaeser was dtpcorcrcii lo he allvo and was revived at the hospital. U Is said be Tv'Ill itvc, Kc was thrown a distance of three hundred leet by tho explosion, and was the only man to escape from the section of the mine where tho explosion occurred. Yaeser attributes his escape to the fact that thigh wns broken. He had (o He on the floor, and was prevented from rising and Inhaling the poisonous air. After a'few hour? he was able, to through the phaff until-within half a mllo of (he entrance where ho was found by the MENAGERIE 350 MONARCHS JUNGLE Sensational Acts MUSEUM BIG RINGS AND ARENA S KINDS or MUSIC ALL NEW SHOW TWO PERFORMANCES free Pa fade 2? "The Bridge of Sorrows1' Today at The amazing spfctarle, "The Bridge ot Sorrows" be the feature at- traction at Siarland todiy and touior- row. This remarkable iToduction. which exposes the Inner vorU'iss man- agement of a modern railroad corpora- tion, one great scene iu par- ticular, which is possibly trie most marvelous and wonderful actual hap- pening ever caught by the camera. The spectator throughout the unfold- ing of the story is ltd Ecenc by scene through a gripping anJ daring (ale of strife, lesion an.J adventure The president of tbe railroad, a grafplng. miserly grafter, stops at nothing in order to gain his selfish ends. He wrecks the homes and of his friends, ho corner? the stocli market Mill a masterly stroke cf financing, he oppresses his and fin- ally, in crder that the of own Interests in tho railroad ma> not depreciate, he refuses to give the or- der for the" cassation of traffic over the Immense hich level bridge, which l-.as been just coudcrnned by ihc com- pany's engineer. Fiom now on the onlooker is held breathless with ex- citenunt. The fast train i? to approacb-the bridge, the train crew .arc seen mnfcing Tranlic efforts to slop the train, but the efforts come too late, for with n roar and a the train is hurted through the bridge and is dashed to pieces in the rocks in the aojss beneath, a fall of fully 500 feet. This acil n host of other wontlerful Incidents are to be seen in "The nridse of Sorrows" at Slarland 'odcy and tomorrow. Miss Dallas Komass, ''That Texas! will commence her engage- ment at Starland'on r.csl Monday. ORRI Q TO-iMini-iT TONIGHT TIIIvFHAXK KICH PRESENTING THAT MUSICAL SATIRE My Friend From Australia O MUSICAL ft FASCINATING I V C Q ACTING IO PEOPLE NUMBERS I U CHORUS GIRLS _______SPECIAL SCENIC AND ELECTRICAL EFFECTS SPECIAL NOVELTY ATTRACTION THURSDAY, NIGHT Big Diamond Ring Drawing imond ring. (RICES Curtain, 8.30 p.m. 50c Ticket entitles you to 3 chances. 35c Ticket entitles you to 2 chances 25; Ticket entitles you to 1 chance KILL CHANGES EVERY XIGHT Ossining, N. 19. .John Mulrane-y, who was to have been put to dralh as a murderer, on March 17, but won a sixty days' respite by de- claring in a personal appeal to the governor thai he W'MS going to his iltath as tho mat lye o! a criminal "rode n( was cltdroculccJ. at Sinj Sing; prison early today. sentcd last sear at the Criterion Thf- atre. New York, by Charles Krohjnan, ran the season. The play, which runs acts, tells the test human' and humorous story ever nrpsenlej upon American stake. II Loraos from England, and will be presented by an English com. rany of special selection Seats on pale on Tuesday. May 20. Emp- 15 Theatre Attractions The features' for tonight and tomor- row night, give evtr> promise of on enjoyable lime. The tno-rcel Eensa- tions are of exceptional merit, "The Piight lo Death" is tragic in Iho ex- treme, and the sensational auto acci- dent brings to us personally what sev- eral have and suffered from Carious causes. It. is of exciting n.oaienUv Special Feature With the Circus That the Al. G. names circus, which comes here tor two pcrfonndHLiB ou Thursday, is distinctly a novelty amonfi such entertainments, ;s shown by the numerous unusual features offered. Among Hie special futures nil! be Mr.ude Ilolllns Introducing the Airlcin lion, riding a sullL horse: Captain Sloneh.iH'F educated sea lion; Horir.e, tho French animal unifier, arid her group of Persian leopards, lions and pumas; Thornton's twehe Siberian bears; Emery's Siamese cte- phanls; Dolly Castle dancing in a den of lions; -Mable Stark and her Royal Bengal ligerg; Hie avia- tion lion; the rope-walking Shetland pony; the riding Hon. besr, monkey arid dog on Arabian stallions; Calllhnn's goals, doss and b.ibsons; Morrow's famoiu ponies, zu- bus and sacred c.illle: high school dancing Tole Dncro, the fa- mous clown and len other and a host of lilgli clsss scnsal.'onal attractions. t Monarch Theatre A series of attractions are schedul- ed (o take, place at the Monarch The- atre this week that will surely prove winners, Tonight tbe management arc prcsenling a double feaiure pro- gramme, "Love a great Mil- ano dramatic masterpiece; 'The a western fealurt done by the Nestor Co., and two roaring comedies. Tomorrow night one o( tl-.e popular drawing contests will he in oirter. The holder of tho lucky two coupons will each he presented with J5M> nnni, of Quaker Dread tickets. Tlie above allracllon coupled with four excellent photo-plays will, no doubt, assure a full bouse. t Pisttn-By" at (he Majeitic. No play ol our limes hn won grenUr applause or become more be- loved In Iho household Ihan "Passers- Ihc humanly humorous comedy ilranu of C. lladdon Chambers. H dolighltfl ihoiuonds at Ihc ham Theatre, London, and when prc- Heaiy drama is represented b> 'Thp Elation Aecnc's and those who like their best (Mlings iteasantly aroused and to feel ihe lappy slow of rlghfoous Indignation at the actions and words of ihe villain, and the chance to applaud the hefo- 'no and hero, should fall to see this inspiring drama. For laughing, rollicking fun, "Ted- die's Courtship." "The and The Fiddler's Trick arc un- beatable, and it will be your own 'ault if you don't come away with a smile on jour face to there for days, uhich will burst out In a llugh when thinking of the comic situations and scenes. This-exceptional night's programme will close with Palbo's Inimitable re- view of British events, portraying the most important happenings in Ihe great nritlsh Empire, and bringing you close In tcuch wlih far aiay British happenings For a good all around programnfe, 10U can't teat this. ENGLISH PAPER PLACES WEST- ERN CANADA IN EVENT OF JAP-AMERICAN WAR I-ondon. May "Should vfar break out, (he sympathies of Austra- lia, Xew Zealand, and Western Can- ada, would bi Uolently on the side of (lie United says (he fall .Mali Gazette discussing tho Cali- fornia antl-alien land ownership con- troicriy. Tho newspaper considers that it would So a grave mistake to under- estimate the chances of a conflict be-. tween tho Knlled States ana Japan. If says; "Ihe opinion that the Jipanese will never go to war to enforce their treaty riehts in California is one ot those 'dangerous fiinerallties, which lend nations bliniifold to tho brink ot the pit." Tho Pall Mall Gajettc. erpresses tb9 opinion that there arc several reasons why Japan may be desirous of forcing the issue at the present moment. Tho most obvious of these Is Ihe pending opening.of the Panama Canal, whilo a more remote one is connected with Iho condition of her International pol- icies. The article continues: 'The point at exclusion of Asiatics from the permanent set- tho British Em- pire very nearly." SASKATCHEWAN MINISTER SPEAKS Siskatoon, May J. A. Old- er and Ifon. w. R. Mother-well spoke (o an audience, which completely pack cd the Opera House, at Honly, on Sat- urday. Hoth the ministers outlined Ihe polky of the. Scott, government, anJ defended Ihe administration ac, re- gards expenditures Jn the various de- partments. TOflONTO COUPLE IN A SHOOTING MIX-UP Toronto, May a shooting affray at the corner oj Jar- via and Wilton avenues, stoutly afttr nldnlsht, John Finchett and his wlfo Ida Finchett, are both In St. Michael's boapital, in a crjtical condition. The Is said to have done tie leg. According to the wife's story, hs met her when she left Chllds' res- taurant, -uhere she Is a They nave been- separated, and ho sought In persuade her lo live him ag- Din. When she refused, she says, he pulled a revolver and shot her three times, and .then turned the gun oo himself. ORDER BY MAIL YOUR FILMS OR PLATES FROM The British and Colonial Photographic Co. SHERLOCK BUILDING. LETKBRIDOt, ALTA, ALL ORDERS EXECUTED BY RETURN MAIL PRINTING AND DEVELOPING FOR AMATEURS ;